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Domingo M. “Guio” Aguilar, Jr.

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Posted: Wednesday, June 19, 2019 1:21 pm

On June 11, 2019, surrounded by his loving family, Domingo M. “Guio” Aguilar, Jr., of Marathon, Texas closed his eyes to his beloved earthly home, and opened them to a glorious homecoming. He was 38.

Domingo was born on April 21, 1981 in Alpine, Texas to Domingo Aguilar, Sr., and Belen (Martinez) Aguilar. He was a graduate of Marathon High School, and was a self-employed landscaper.

Praying of the Most Holy Rosary was recited by Deacon Paul Lister on June 15 at St. Mary’s Mission Catholic Church in Marathon. Mass of Christian burial was celebrated by Father Hector Chicas, with burial following at Marathon Cemetery in Marathon.

Those honoring Guio with a final act of love by serving as pallbearers were Joe Ray Ramirez, Beau Martinez, Vic Martinez, Lonny Maltos, Jackie De Leon, and Derek James Garcia.

Guio loved to be with people and have people in his life. He would often just go out gather up friends and family to start a game of baseball, football, or whatever the group wanted to play. He loved to barbecue for his family and friends. Some of his favorite items to grill were chicken, goat, and other items that made his family and friends happy. Something special that he cooked was lasagna that all his friends and family would rave about. Domingo was the type of man that no matter what he had, if you wanted it, he would make sure you had it. No one ever left his home with out a full stomach and smile from the great time that was had.

His favorite sports teams that he would always be cheering on were the Miami Dolphins, University of Miami, Chicago White Sox, Duke University, and the San Antonio Spurs. He loved his parents, wife, children, brother, and sisters, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, aunts, and uncles with all his heart. Domingo truly knew what family was.

He loved to make people laugh in his special way, and when it came down to it, Domingo always wanted and got the last word in most of his conversations with family and friends.

Those proceeding Domingo in death were his brother David Aguilar, his paternal grandparents Juan and Luisa Aguilar, and his maternal grandparents Pete and Luisa Martinez.

Those left to honor and cherish the wonderful smiling full of life memory of Domingo is his wife Jennifer Arenas of Marathon, his father and mother Domingo and Belen Aguilar of Marathon, his daughters Mariah Aguilar of Odessa, Texas, and Zoey Aguilar of Denver City, Texas, his sons Noah Aguilar of Marathon and Dominic Aguilar of Fort Stockton, Texas, his sisters Belinda Aguilar of Alpine and Amy Chavez of Odessa, his brother Daniel Aguilar of Odessa, and his grandson Adriel Thomas Gonzalez of Odessa, his beloved aunts and uncles, as well as many nieces and nephews, and all his beloved friends.

The Aguilar family had entrusted Alpine Memorial Funeral Home with arrangements.

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